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Liz Maas
Etrian Odyssey IV Screens & Art Added
Spoilers: It's still pretty.
03.29.12 - 4:42 PM

Etrian Odyssey IV, the first Nintendo 3DS entry in Atlus' dungeon RPG series, has two types of dungeons. The main dungeons are story-related and/or are a part of quests that you get from NPCs. Mini-dungeons are where you can find rare items.

The newest additions to our gallery include a look at Talsis (the main town), FOE's (the stronger enemies that can be seen on the map in case you wish to avoid fighting them), and some of the character classes, such as swordsman, medic and fortress. You'll find 18 pieces of art and 12 screens below. Etrian Odyssey IV is listed as a a July 5th release in Japan.


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